But you said you'd retire at 34 on $2M--at 2.5% that would net you a PRE-tax of $50K, and you'd still have to absorb the medical premiums and expenses. How could you do that when you're now 'living comfortably' on $50K POST-tax without the medical expenses?Sorry JAFO, seems I got you confused with Dennis (I lost track of the italics)2old
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